Ruby FFI bindings to libextractor, a library for extracting metadata from a variety of file formats.
libextractor is a simple library for keyword extraction. libextractor does not support all formats but supports a simple plugging mechanism such that you can quickly add extractors for additional formats, even without recompiling libextractor. libextractor typically ships with a dozen helper-libraries that can be used to obtain keywords from common file-types.
libextractor is a part of the GNU project.
require 'ffi/extractor' FFI::Extractor.extract(data) do |plugin,type,format,mime_type,data| # ... end FFI::Extractor.extract_from(path) do |plugin,type,format,mime_type,data| # ... end
$ gem install ffi-extractor
$ sudo yum install libextractor libextractor-plugins
$ sudo apt-get install libextractor libextractor-plugins
$ brew install libextractor
ffi-extractor - Ruby FFI bindings for libextractor
Copyright (c) 2012 - Hal Brodigan (postmodern.mod3 at gmail.com)
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